News & Events
March 8, 2011
The sciences are a core element of Georgetown's liberal arts education, where innovative programs address social issues and build leaders in science research, policy, and education.
February 28, 2011
McTighe Prize winner Miranda Hall (C'11) was inspired by real-life events to write "The Orphan Play," the first senior thesis to be presented in the Davis Performing Arts Center's Gonda Theatre.
February 22, 2011
John Glavin (C'64), Professor of English and Georgetown College alumnus, enlivens the traditional campus tour by adding his experiences as a student to the university history.
A list of the top 25 Georgetown University commencement speeches as compiled by Library Archives.
2011 looks to be another year of growth and innovation for Georgetown College. Two exciting minors, Business Administration and Film and Media Studies have been added to the College’s already expansive curriculum. Construction on our new 154,000 square state-of-the art Science Center has begun in earnest.
Throughout the academic year, Georgetown College students are invited to join Georgetown alumni and leading members of the Washington, DC community for lunch and conversation. The College Dean’s Office will host visitors from across a variety of career fields for informal exchange and dialogue about.
Dates & Deadlines
The Dean's Lunch Seminar
108 White-Gravenor, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057 Phone: 202.687.4043Fax: 202.687.7290